Wild Knights Gulkeeva

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Wild Knights Gulkeeva
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Anime television series
Directed byMasamitsu Hidaka
Produced by Hajime Yatate
Written byKenichi Kanemaki
Music by Kenji Kawai
Studio Sunrise
Original network TV Tokyo
Original run April 4, 1995 September 26, 1995
Episodes26 (List of episodes)
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Juusenshi Gulkeeva (獣戦士ガルキーバ, Juu Senshi Garukība), known as Wild Knights Gulkeeva and Beast Warriors Gulkeeva, is an anime television series that debuted in 1995. It is an animated adaptation of a manga that initially was serialized in the Shōnen Sunday Super . [1]

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Synopsis

The story takes place in a world known as Earthside, which exists along with three other inhabited worlds, Nosfertia, Heavenstia, and Eternalia. When beings known as Darknoids descended from Nosfertia and began their assault on Earthside, Heavenstia sent 3 Animanoids (beast-humans) to prevent an invasion. Meanwhile, the protagonist, Touya, who believed himself to be a human discovered that he was actually a being of Eternalia. With this in mind, Touya fights beside the Animanoids to defend Earthside.

Characters

Shinjou Touya
Voiced by: Tetsuya Iwanaga
An ordinary teenager who is told by his parents that he is a being who hails from the world of Eternaylia [1] and the reincarnation of a legendary knight known as Radias. [2] He must now fight along his beast guardians in order to protect Japan from siege.
Greyfus
Voiced by: Kazuya Ichijou
Greyfus is a wolf.
Beakwood
Voiced by: Kenichi Sakaguchi
Beakwood is an eagle.
Garriel
Voiced by: Naoki Makishima
Garriel is a gorilla.
Kira Kongou
Voiced by: Hiroshi Kitazawa
Konoha Maihara
Voiced by: Michiko Neya

Release

Reception

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References

  1. 1 2 Clements & McCarthy, Jonathan and Helen (1 November 2006). The Anime Encyclopedia, Revised & Expanded Edition. ISBN   9781611725155 . Retrieved 24 August 2013.
  2. "Wild Knights Gulkeeva". AnimePlanet. Retrieved 24 August 2013.